Educational Program: Tuesday, June 8

Friday, June 4  |  Saturday, June 5  |  Sunday, June 6  |  Monday, June 7  | Wednesday, June 9  |  Thursday, June 10

  7:30-8:20am 8:30-9:20am 9:30-10:20am 10:30-11:20am 11:30am-1:30pm 1:00-1:50pm 2:00-2:50pm 3:00-3:50pm 5:30-9:00pm
Emerging EH Leadership Challenges: Environmental Health Leadership Development + General Environmental Health   International Collaboration on Universal Environmental Health Practitioner Competencies and Agency Performance Standards (Panel Presentation) by Sarah Kotchian Perspectives on the Challenge of Sustainability by Gary McFarlane Networking Luncheon
Low Trust, High Concern Risk Communication by Charles Lichon Transferable Environmental Health Skills for Private, Local Government and Federal Government Positions by Leisa Cook Environmental Health PASSION! by Bob Custard UL Event
Environmental Health Tracking and Informatics + Environmental Health Research   Tracking Environmental Hazards, Exposures, and Related Health Outcomes in New Mexico by Heidi Krapfl Pushing, Publishing, and Sharing EH Data Through the Web and Established Trading Partnerships by Darryl Booth The National Environmental Public Health Tracking Network by Greg Kearney Improving Access to Environmental Health Information: the EPA/CDC/ATSDR Collaboration Community Web Portal by Marianne Hartin Using a Web-Based Mapping Application to Issue Boil Water Orders in San Diego County by Pam Gilb Improving Health through the Built Environment: Health Impact Assessment as a Tool by Karen Roof
Food Safety and Protection What has Changed Since Upton Sinclair? A Contemporary View of Food Safety by Bill Marler Back of the Yards/Back of the House – Modern Foodservice Issues Measuring Trends—Occurrence of Contributing Factors to Foodborne Illness within Foodservice and Retail Food Store Establishments (FDA’s 10-year study) by John Marcello Implementing HACCP in a Modern Packingtown by Bill Sperber Juggling in the Jungle: Increasing Food Safety with Decreasing Resources by Bob Custard Leaving the Jungle Behind - Transforming Our Food Safety System Legislative and Regulatory Perspectives on Establishing Cottage Food Laws - A Facilitated Discussion (3:00-4:30pm)
Healthy Homes: Children's Environmental Health + Hazardous Materials and Toxic Substances + Indoor Air Quality   Healthy Homes Movement: Overview and Future Directions by Tom Neltner and Multi-Dimensional Strategies to Prevent Environmental Health Hazards Facing High-Risk Children by David Turcotte Strategies for Understanding and Mitigating Asthma Triggers by Mike Carey & Jeff Dickson Lessons Learned from the Master Home Environmentalist Program - How a Community-Based Educational Intervention Program has been Successful in Changing Behaviors and Improving Health Outcomes by Aileen Gagney Indoor Air Pollution: The Basics by Tricia A. Metts Applying an Equity Lens to Healthy Housing Policy by Kari Lyons Albuquerque Area Indian Health Service (HIS) Division of Environmental Health Services (DEHS) Environmental Blood Lead Investigation Procedure by Bob Bates
Emerging Pathogens   The Prevalence of Gastrointestinal Illnesses Caused by Microbes by Stephanie M. Fletcher Community Associated MRSA Occurrence in S.E. Ohio High School Athletic Facilities by Timothy J. Ryan Best Practice Guide for Minimization of the Transmission of Infectious Diseases through Building Design by Thomas P. Fuller Dealing With Bed Bugs in an Urban Environment-A City Health Department Perspective by Thomas C. Hooper Diptera: Controls of Our Most Ubiquitous Disease Vectors by Lawrence J. Plecha The Global Bedbug Crisis: An Emerging Environmental Justice Issue by Christopher R. Eddy
Onsite Wastewater Systems   Ready, Set, Flush: Removing Raw Sewage From Our Water by Sheila Craig Administration of the Onsite Wastewater Training, Certification, and Renewal Program for a State Agency by Tom Groves After the Storm: Helping a Rural Community Re-Build by Amy Pemberton On-Site Wastewater System O&M – Protecting Investments, Ground Water, and Public Health in Clark County, WA by Thomas Gonzales Water Pollution Problems in Perú, South America by Eliezer Bermudez see OSWS LL
Swimming Pools/Recreational Waters [APSP/NEHA]   VGB Pool and Spa Safety Act - Year Two: Enforcement, Common Mistakes, and Field Verification, Plus an Overview of the Next Tidal Wave, Pool and Spa Energy Efficiency Regulations by Steve Barnes Aquatics War with RWIs: Creating an Illnesses Free Zone from the Operator’s Perspective by Sam Fruia Sanitation and Oxidation in Swimming Pools by Karen Rigsby Recreational Water Filtration by David Purkiss Swimming Pool Inspections — United States, 2002 and 2008 by Elizabeth L. Dunbar Drowning in Disinfection Byproducts: the Chloramines by Anuja Sharma
Uniformed Services Environmental Health Association   Primary Vision Element Teams-A New IHS Strategy by Bob Bates  Environmental Health Training in Emergency Response by Mark Miller Biology and Control of Vectors and Public Health Pests by Michael Herring National Center for Medical Intelligence (NCMI): Worth Another Look? by Ardath Grills The US Army Public Health Command’s Process to Screen Chemicals in Support of DoD’s Chemical Material and Risk Management Directorate Emerging Contaminants Program by George Murnyak Environmental Public Health Leadership Development Efforts at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention by John Sarisky
Earthquake Response   Disaster Environmental Health: Haiti Earthquake Disaster Response by Jesse Bliss US Public Health Service’s Involvement in Operation Unified Response – Haiti  by Trent LeCoultre The Haiti Earthquake: An Environmental Perspective  by Lise Martel  
Terrorism and All-Hazards Preparedness   Crisis Communications- Message Mapping by Nate McMichael Attack Of the Black Swan: Risk Assessment For Environmental Health by Steven J. Lipton Decision Making in the Field During Disasters by Brian Golob
Sustainability   Beyond Regulation – Building Sustainable Places by Leanne Jeffers (8:30-10:00am) 2010 NEHA Excellence in Sustainability Award Winner The Challenges and Rewards of Constructing Healthy Built Environments by Homer Robinson
Institutions and Schools Environmental Health      Presto, A School-Wide Plan for Food Safety, Food Defense, and Food Allergies! The Updated Food-Safe Schools Action Guide Toolkit by Marion Hinners Examining the Differences in Environmental Awareness Between Undergraduate and Graduate students at Fort Valley State University by Chizu Hirata
Drinking Water Quality/Onsite Wastewater Systems   Invasive Species Takeover: Quagga Mussel Invasion of the Western United States by Leisa Cook        Product Registration (Panel Discussion): How and Why? (3:00-5:30pm)
  Student and Member Networking Lounge  

WHITE = Lecture Hall Session
YELLOW = Learning Lab Session
GREY = Event/Function
BLUE = Professional Development Sessions

*Schedule is subject to change.



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